Grant Name:

Bay Area Patient Safety Collaborative

  • Date Awarded:
    Jun 2005
     
  • Amount:
    $20,000
     
  • Term:
    24 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF770
     
  • Funding Area:
    Patient Care
     
 
 

St. Mary's Medical Center is using this grant to implement the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's 100K Lives Campaign, a national initiative to implement six scientifically-based clinical interventions that address leading sources of mortality and complications within hospitals. Outcomes include implementation of Campaign interventions, participation in a Regional Hospital Collaborative on Patient Safety, and communication of aggregate mortality data to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.

Related Grants

Dignity Health, St. Mary's Medical Center (12)

date grant program term amount
Nov 2014 Dignity Health Glycemic Control Published Articles Patient Care 11 months $43,600
Feb 2014 Reducing Readmissions at Sequoia Hospital Patient Care 22 months $350,000
Feb 2011 Preventable Hospital Complications and Mortality Initiative Patient Care 82 months $4,200,000
Apr 2010 "Greater Sacramento Journey to Excellence" Grant Program Patient Care 12 months $20,000
Apr 2010 "Greater Sacramento Journey to Excellence" Grant Program Patient Care 12 months $20,000
Jun 2009 Comprehensive Plan for Reduction of Mortality and Hospital Acquired Conditions in Nine Acute Care Facilities across Catholic Healthcare West Patient Care 15 months $628,525
Oct 2008 San Francisco Bay Area and Greater Sacramento Severe Sepsis Improvement Program Patient Care 60 months $1,776,000
Sep 2008 Heart Failure Discharge Planning Collaborative Program Patient Care 29 months $533,218
Aug 2008 "Bay Area Journey to Nursing Excellence" Grant Program Patient Care 12 months $40,000
Jun 2005 Bay Area Patient Safety Collaborative Patient Care 24 months $75,000
Jun 2005 Bay Area Patient Safety Collaborative Patient Care 24 months $75,000
Jun 2005 Bay Area Patient Safety Collaborative Patient Care 24 months $20,000

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